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    Stylistic 3500 Technical Reference Guide...

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    Copyright 2001 - Fujitsu PC Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or translated, without the prior written consent of Fujitsu PC Corporation. No part of this publication may be stored or transmitted in any electronic form without the prior consent of Fujitsu PC Corporation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Supported Operating Systems ........................Pen Support ..............................PC Card Support ............................. Overview of System Configuration Tools and Utilities ................Chapter 3 Configuring the Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet System ..............Pen Configuration............................Pen Subsystems ............................... Permanent and Current BIOS Settings ......................BIOS Setup ...............................

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    Specify Memory Size......................... /PARTITION or /P ........................... /FILE or /F ............................/CREATE Option Syntax ......................... REFORMAT Option ......................... /REFORMAT Option Syntax ......................DELETE Option ........................../DELETE Option Syntax ........................INFO Option ............................. /INFO Option Syntax......................... Messages ............................PHDISK Sign-on Message ........................ Help Screen ............................

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    Chapter 7 System Power ..........................System Power Hardware ..........................Battery Pack ............................DC Power Inputs..........................Chapter 8 BIOS Configuration Application Programming Interfaces ........... Version Information ............................Summary of Functions ........................... InitializeBIOS..............................UpdateBIOSCheckSum ..........................ReadBIOSSettings ............................BiosSetupSet ..............................Error Codes ..............................Option and Setting Parameters........................

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    List of Figures Figure 3-1 BIOS Setup Screen..........................Figure 4-1 Installing a PC Card ..........................Figure 4-2 Installing a DIMM Card ........................Figure 4-3 Removing a DIMM Card ........................Figure 6-1 System Interface Port Connector (On Pen Tablet) ................Figure 6-2 PC Card Port Configuration ........................

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    Table 5-5. Peripheral Interface Specifications....................... Table 5-6. Power System Specifications ....................... Table 5-7. Environmental Specifications ......................Table 5-8. Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet Specifications....................Table 5-9. Agency Approval Specifications......................Table 5-10. Internal LAN/Modem Specifications ....................Table 5-11. Stylistic 3500 Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications..............

  • Page 8: About This Guide

    This chapter discusses some of the system’s main features and technology. • Chapter 2: System Software This chapter gives an overview of system software and utilities preinstalled on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet. • Chapter 3: Configuring the Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet System This chapter provides details on using BIOS Setup and other configuration utilities for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet.

  • Page 9: Related Documentation

    Stylistic 3500 User’s Guide This guide provides an introduction to the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet’s basic functions for the end user. Stylistic 3500 Mini-Dock User’s Guide This guide gives instructions on using the Stylistic 3500 mini-dock.

  • Page 10: Technical Support

    Desktop Management Task Force web site at <http://www.dmtf.org/>. Technical Support For technical support on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system, Fujitsu Resellers (VARs) should contact your assigned Fujitsu PC Systems Engineer or contact Fujitsu PC Technical Support at 1-800-831-3183 during normal business days from 7:00 to 4:00 Pacific Time.

  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Pen Tablet Features

    PC Card Support The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is equipped with a PC Card slot that allows you to install a Type II PC Card. The PC Card slot is compliant with PC CardBus Standard Release 3.0 and provides support for the following PC Card features: •...

  • Page 12: Chapter 2 System Software

    Control Panel and choose the About tab. Select the desired file from the list and choose File Info. PC Card Support The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet fully supports the PC Card standard release 3.0. System resources for PC Cards are configured automatically by Windows 98 and Windows 2000.

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    • BIOS Setup (Fujitsu BIOS Configuration) A BIOS configuration utility stored in the system’s CMOS memory. • Handwriter Settings A control panel applet that allows you to configure settings for handwriting recognition and inking. • Pen Configuration A control panel applet that allows you to select the pen subsystem, calibrate the pen, and configure pen settings.

  • Page 14: Configuring The Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet System

    • Pen Buttons (Windows 98 only) Allows you to configure the functions and behavior of the pen. The Stylistic 3500 has a resistive digitizer, but the Pen Buttons tab allows you to emulate a pen tip button and pen barrel button, as used with an electromagnetic digitizer.

  • Page 15: Bios Setup

    BIOS data resides in the system’s CMOS memory. When the system is powered on, BIOS data is copied or “shadowed” into the system’s dynamic memory and the system runs using BIOS parameters stored in dynamic memory. BIOS Setup BIOS Setup is a configuration utility that you can use to change your system’s permanent BIOS settings. The BIOS Setup application is stored in the BIOS flash ROM.

  • Page 16: Using Bios Setup

    Using BIOS Setup Once BIOS Setup is started, you can use BIOS Setup to change your system’s BIOS settings. The BIOS Setup screen consists of a menu bar, menu items, a command bar, and a window for item-specific help as shown in Figure 3-1.

  • Page 17: Exiting Bios Setup

    and Boot menus contain submenus.) • To view Item-Specific Help for a BIOS option, select the option. Item specific help is displayed in the Item Specific Help panel on the right-hand side of the screen. • To view General Help for BIOS Setup, tap on Help in the command bar or press F1 on your external keyboard.

  • Page 18: Bios Setup Main Menu Options

    BIOS Setup Main Menu Options Note: All details listed in this chapter reflect BIOS version 1.02. BIOS Setup Main menu options are given in Table 3-1. (Options and settings for other BIOS Setup menus are described in the tables that follow.) The default setting for each option is listed in bold type when applicable.

  • Page 19: Primary Master Submenu Options

    Primary Master Submenu Options Options and settings for the Primary Master Submenu are given in Table 3-2. Table 3-2. BIOS Setup Primary Master Configuration Options Option Settings Description Type Auto IDE hard disk drive configuration method. None Select [Auto] to load configuration parameters from Hard Disk the hard disk drive automatically.

  • Page 20: Advanced Menu Options

    Advanced Menu Options Options in the Advanced menu are described in Table 3-3. Table 3-3. BIOS Setup Advanced Menu Options Option Settings Description Plug & Play OS Determines whether BIOS support for Plug and Play device configuration is enabled. Select [Yes] if your operating system supports Plug and Play configuration.

  • Page 21: Serial/parallel Port Configuration Submenu Options

    Serial/Parallel Port Configuration Submenu Options Configuration options for the Serial/Parallel Port Configuration submenu are given in Table 3-4. Note that some peripheral interfaces are only available when using a device attached to the system interface port such as the mini-dock. Table 3-4.

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    Table 3-4. Serial/Parallel Port Configurations Submenu Options (Continued) Option Settings Description DMA Channel DMA 1 Determines the DMA channel assigned to the DMA 3 infrared port when using Fast IR mode. This option is only selectable when the Infrared Port Mode setting is FIR.

  • Page 23: Keyboard/mouse Features Submenu Options

    Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu Options Configuration options for the Keyboard/Mouse Features submenu are given in Table 3-5. Table 3-5. Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu Options Option Settings Description Numlock Auto This option determines the state of the NumLock key when the system is powered on. Hot Plug Disabled This option determines whether the system is...

  • Page 24: Video Submenu Options

    Video Submenu Options Options for the Video Features submenu are given in Table 3-6. Table 3-6. Video Features Submenu Options Option Settings Description Display Internal Flat Panel Determines the default display device. External Simultaneous Select the appropriate option to choose the LCD (internal flat panel), an external video monitor, or both as the default display device.

  • Page 25: Internal Device Configurations Submenu

    Internal Device Configurations Submenu Options for the Internal Device Configurations submenu are given in Table 3-7. Table 3-7. Internal Device Configurations Submenu Options Option Settings Description Floppy Disk Controller Disabled When [Enabled] is selected, the floppy disk drive is Enabled enabled.

  • Page 26: Pci Configuration Submenu

    PCI Configuration Submenu The PCI Configuration submenu has only one selection: the IRQ Reservation submenu. The IRQ Reservation submenu allows you to reserve specific IRQs that are used by legacy devices. Unless you need to reserve specific IRQs to resolve a resource conflict, the recommended setting for each of these options is Available.

  • Page 27: Cpu Features Submenu

    CPU Features Submenu Options for the CPU Features submenu are given in Table 3-9. Table 3-9. CPU Features Submenu Options Option Settings Description Processor Serial Number Enabled This option configures the Processor Serial Number Disabled feature of Pentium III processor. This option is accessible via DMI.

  • Page 28: Security Menu Options

    Security Menu Options Security menu options for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are described in Table 3-11. Note that settings for some security menu options determine whether other options are available. Table 3-11. BIOS Setup Security Menu Options Option Settings...

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    Table 3-11. BIOS Setup Security Menu Options (Continued) Option Settings Description Boot from Removable Media This option determines who has permission to boot Supervisor Only the system using removable media. Select [Supervisor Only] to allow the system only to be booted from removable media after the system is started by entering a supervisor password when the Password On Boot option is enabled.

  • Page 30: Hard Disk Security Submenu

    Hard Disk Security Submenu Hard Disk Security submenu options for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are described in Table 3-12. Table 3-12. Hard Disk Security Submenu Options Option Settings Description Primary Master Disabled When [Enabled] is selected, the hard disk is locked Enabled with the password.

  • Page 31: Power Menu Options

    Power Menu Options Options for the Power menu are described in Table 3-14. Default settings for most options in this menu differ depending on the setting selected for the Power Savings BIOS option. (Refer to Chapter 7 of this manual for more information on power management.) Caution Power savings options should be set to the most conservative values possible for your application;...

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    Table 3-14. BIOS Setup Power Savings Options (Continued) Option Settings Description Standby Timeout Standby Mode turns off various devices in the system, including 1 Minute the screen and the CPU until you start using the computer again. 2 Minutes Select the period of time the system should be inactive before it 4 Minutes automatically enters standby mode.

  • Page 33: Advanced Features Options Submenu

    Advanced Features Options Submenu Options for the Advanced Features Options submenu are described in Table 3-15. Table 3-15. BIOS Advanced Features Options Submenu Option Settings Description Suspend/Resume Switch Disabled Determines whether the Suspend/Resume switch is Enabled enabled or disabled. Note that when this option is in Disabled mode, the switch will still resume from an auto-suspended state.

  • Page 34: Boot Menu Options

    Boot Menu Options Boot menu options are described in Table 3-16. Table 3-16. BIOS Setup Boot Menu Options Option Settings Description QuickBoot Disabled Determines whether the full set of tests are run Enabled during the Power-On Self Test (POST). Auto When [Enabled] is selected, a less extensive memory test is performed and the size of installed memory is not displayed during the memory test.

  • Page 35: Info Menu

    Info Menu The Info menu displays information about the pen tablet hardware and BIOS software installed on the system as described in Table 3-18. Table 3-18. BIOS Setup Info Menu Field Description BIOS Version Version number of the BIOS software installed on system.

  • Page 36: Using Cmosrdwr

    Windows command prompt or safe mode command prompt. • The utility will only function on Stylistic 3500 platforms that have the same BIOS versions on the source and target systems. This is due to the fact that CMOS locations may change from one BIOS version to another.

  • Page 37: Phdisk Hard Disk Preparation Utility

    The Save-to-Disk operation will not work unless the Resume On Modem Ring is disabled in both the BIOS and in Windows. In order to disable Resume On Modem Ring, contact Fujitsu PC to obtain a patch program which will allow you to disable the function through Windows.

  • Page 38: Create Option

    PHDISK 3.2.20 -- Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (TM) Save to Disk Preparation Utility Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights Reserved. Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99 Save to Disk file information: Your Save to Disk file is named C:\SAVE2DSK.BIN and has a size of xxxx KBytes.

  • Page 39: Automatic Memory Size Calculation

    Automatic Memory Size Calculation PHDISK automatically measures all system and video memory and calculates the exact amount of hard disk space required to store the maximum amount of data the memory might contain. The result of this measurement, [SIZE], is displayed on the PHDISK screen. The total amount of system and video memory is calculated by the following formula: Calculated memory = Physical System Memory + Video Memory + 0.3 KBytes (Save to Disk overhead) Hard disk space is allocated by cluster, therefore, the save-to-disk partition may exceed [SIZE] by nearly...

  • Page 40: Create Option Syntax

    /CREATE Option Syntax The syntax of the PHDISK /CREATE option is: PHDISK /CREATE [SIZE][/FILE][/PARTITION] Table 3-21 lists valid examples of the PHDISK /CREATE option. Table 3-21. PHDISK /CREATE Option Command Description PHDISK /CREATE /FILE If no save-to-disk partition exists, PHDISK creates (or PHDISK /C /F) a save-to-disk file large enough for the current system configuration.

  • Page 41: Delete Option

    PHDISK 3.2.20 -- Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (TM) Save to Disk Preparation Utility Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights Reserved. Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99 Save to Disk partition information: Partition starts at sector xxxxx (head xx, cylinder xx, sector xx)

  • Page 42: Messages

    PHDISK X.X - Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (tm) Save to Disk Preparation Utility Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99 Help Screen The HELP screen is displayed when PHDISK is called without options. The following text is displayed when a save-to-disk partition already exists.

  • Page 43: Save To Disk Partition Exists

    Save to Disk Partition Exists The following text is displayed when a PHDISK /CREATE /PARTITION operation is attempted while a save-to-disk partition exists. Error:Phoenix NoteBIOS Save to Disk partition already exists. To resize the partition, delete the existing partition with PHDISK/DELETE and create the partition with PHDISK/CREATE.

  • Page 44: Not Enough System Memory

    -- Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (tm) Save to Disk Preparation Utility Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99 Save to Disk file information: Your Save to Disk file is named C:\SAVE2DSK.BIN and has a size of xxxx KBytes.

  • Page 45: Installing Hardware Options

    Chapter 4 Installing Hardware Options This chapter provides procedures for installing PC Cards and DIMM cards. (For details on replacing the pen tablet’s internal IDE hard disk drive, refer to “Removing the Hard Disk Drive” on page 75.) Installing a PC Card You can install a PC Card while the system is running, when the system is off, or when system operation is suspended.

  • Page 46: Removing A Pc Card

    Removing a PC Card To remove a PC Card, 1. Stop the PC Card using the appropriate features of your operating system. 2. Press the Eject button for the PC Card slot. 3. Pull the PC Card all the way out of the slot. Installing a DIMM Card Only one DIMM socket is available on the pen tablet.

  • Page 47: Removing A Dimm Card

    Removing a DIMM Card To remove a DIMM card, 1. Ensure that the pen tablet is off. To do so, carry out the Shut Down command in the Start menu. (Do not attempt to remove or install a DIMM card when the system is in Suspend mode or running.) 2.

  • Page 48: Hardware Specifications

    Chapter 5 Hardware Specifications Specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and mini-dock are given in this chapter. General Specifications General specifications for the pen tablet are given in Table 5-1. Table 5-1. Logic System Specifications Feature Specification Comments Architecture...

  • Page 49: Display Specifications

    Display Specifications Specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet display are given in Table 5-2.. The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is available with one of three different displays. Note the display type for your system when referring to this table. Comments indicate which displays are best suited to particular environments and applications.

  • Page 50: Digitizer Specifications

    Digitizer Specifications The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet digitizer consists of the pen, a sensor grid, and supporting controller circuitry. The sensor grid is built into the pen tablet in front of the display screen and detects pen pressure. Technology Notice The display for your pen tablet incorporates a breakthrough digitizer technology that dramatically improves outdoor viewability.

  • Page 51: Peripheral Interface Specifications

    Peripheral Interface Specifications Specifications for peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Table 5-5. For specifications on peripheral interfaces provided by the port replicator, see “Port Replicator Specifications” later in this chapter. Also note that pin assignments and other details for peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Chapter 6 of this manual.

  • Page 52: Power System Specifications

    Power System Specifications Specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet power system are given in Table 5-6. The power system and power management characteristics are further described in Chapter 7 of this manual. Table 5-6. Power System Specifications Feature Specification...

  • Page 53: Environmental Specifications

    Environmental Specifications Environmental specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Table 5-7. Table 5-7. Environmental Specifications Feature Specification Temperature Operating: 0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F) Nonoperating: -20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F) (with appropriate power management)

  • Page 54: Internal Lan/modem Specifications

    Internal LAN/Modem Specifications The internal LAN/modem device connects to the system’s PCI bus. Specifications for the internal LAN/ modem are given in Table 5-10. The internal LAN/modem is built-in and is not field replaceable. The internal modem is a global device. Table 5-10.

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    Table 5-10. Internal LAN/Modem Specifications Feature Specification Standard EIA/TIA 578 (Class 1) Protocol G3 facsimile standard: ITU-T T.30 Capability ITU-T V.17 ITU-T V.29 ITU-T V.27 ITU-T V.21 ch2 Current FCC restrictions, line conditions, and other external factors will reduce actual data transmission rates. Internal LAN/Modem Specifications...

  • Page 56: Port Replicator/mini-dock Specifications

    Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications The Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock are designed to provide optimal support for your pen tablet. Specifications for interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock are given in Table 5-11. Note that these interfaces duplicate corresponding ports on the pen tablet. For details on peripheral interfaces provided by the port replicator and mini-dock, refer to Chapter 6 of this manual.

  • Page 57: Peripheral Interfaces

    Pin assignments for peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in the following sections. High Usage Contacts The high usage contacts on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet provide signals for the DC power input and USB devices. Signal assignments for the metal contacts are shown in Table 6-1. Table 6-1. Metal Contacts...

  • Page 58: Serial Port

    Serial Port The serial port provides a standard 9-pin connector that allows you to use the pen tablet with an external serial device. Pin assignments for the serial port connector are shown in Table 6-2. Table 6-2. Serial Port Connector Pin Assignments Connector Pin Locations Signal Name Host...

  • Page 59: Floppy Disk Drive Port

    Floppy Disk Drive Port The floppy disk drive port on the pen tablet is compatible with the Fujitsu floppy disk drive. Pin assignments for the floppy disk drive connector are given in Table 6-4. Table 6-4. Floppy Disk Drive Connector Pin Assignments...

  • Page 60: Universal Serial Bus Port

    USB device. The Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock provide one USB port. The pen tablet can supply a maximum of 500 mA at 5 volts (or a 5-unit load as defined by the USB specification) on each USB connector (for a total of 1,000 mA using both USB connectors, one on main unit and the other on the port replicator, or mini dock, or high usage cradle, or wall mount cradle).

  • Page 61: System Interface Port

    System Interface Port The system interface port on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet allows you to attach the Stylistic 3500 port replicator or mini-dock. The system interface port is a 200-pin connector. Figure 6-1 shows the pin locations for the system interface port connector on the pen tablet.

  • Page 62: Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments

    The port replicator/mini-dock connector is not a “hot pluggable” connector. You must shut down or suspend the pen tablet before connecting the port replicator. The system interface port is disabled (all signals de-asserted) when system operation is suspended. Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments Signal Level Description...

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    Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) Signal Level Description Port or Connector Name B_D10 PCMVCC Card Data 10 PC Card Slot B_WP Write Protect B_BVD1 Battery Voltage Detect 1 B_A0 Card Address 0 B_A1 Card Address 1 B_RESET Card Reset B_A6...

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    Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) Signal Level Description Port or Connector Name 5VMAIN +5V Power Output Port Replicator FWG# Write Gate FINDEX# Index 5VMAIN +5V Power Output Port Replicator FRDDT# Read Disk Data VGAGND VGA Ground VGAGND DDCDATA Serial data for VESA DDC2B monitor...

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    Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) Signal Level Description Port or Connector Name B_A4 PCMVCC Card Address 4 PC Card Slot B_A5 Card Address 5 B_A12 Card Address 12 B_A23 Card Address 23 B_A20 Card Address 20 B_A14 Card Address 14 B_A9...

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    Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) Signal Level Description Port or Connector Name VGAGND VGA Ground VGAGND DDCCLK Serial Clock for VESA DDC2B monitor VGAG Analog DAC Green Signal VGAGND VGA Ground Reserved SINA RS-232C Receive Data Serial Port Ground Port Replicator...

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    Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) Signal Level Description Port or Connector Name B_D13 PCMVCC Card Data 13 PC Card Slot B_D5 Card Data 5 PCMVCC PCMVCC Power Supply PCMVCC PCMVCC DETECT0 +16V Core Unit Detect 1 Port Replicator Reserved USBVCC...

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    Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) Signal Level Description Port or Connector Name PSLCT Printer Selected Status Parallel Port Paper End Ground Port Replicator PRD4 Port Data 4 Parallel Port B_D2 PCMVCC Card Data 2 PC Card Slot B_D9 Card Data 9 B_BVD2...

  • Page 69: Irda Port

    0° to 15° from center of beam (30° viewing angle) Audio Jacks All audio jacks on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and Stylistic 3500 port replicator are stereo mini jacks. Some audio functions on the pen tablet are disabled when audio jacks are used. Table 6-8 shows which audio inputs are disabled when inputs on the pen tablet and port replicator or mini-dock are used (enabled).

  • Page 70: Table 6-9. Active Audio Outputs

    Table 6-9. Active Audio Outputs Pen Tablet Port Replicator Output Activity Speaker Headphone Headphone Line Output (built-in) Jack Jack Jack Speaker On Enabled Plug not Plug not (speaker built into pen tablet) inserted inserted Pen tablet Headphone jack used Disabled Enabled Enabled (external headphone connected)

  • Page 71: Pc Card Port

    PC Card Port The PC Card socket is compliant with PC Card standard 3.0. Table 6-10 shows the pin assignments for the PC Card port. Table 6-2 illustrates the pin locations on the connector. Figure 6-2 PC Card Port Configuration Table 6-10.

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    Table 6-10. PC Card Port Pin Assignments 16-bit PC Card Interface CardBus Memory-Only I/O & Memory CCBE2# CAD18 CAD20 CAD21 CAD22 CAD23 CAD24 CAD25 CAD26 CAD27 CAD29 IOIS16# CCLKRUN# CD1# CD1# CCD1# CAD2 CAD4 CAD6 CAD8 CE2# CE2# CAD10 VS1# VS1# CVS1 IORD#...

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    Table 6-10. PC Card Port Pin Assignments 16-bit PC Card Interface CardBus Memory-Only I/O & Memory CTRDY# CFRAME# CAD17 CAD19 VS2# VS2# CVS2 RESET RESET CRST# WAIT# WAIT# CSERR# INPACK# CREQ# REG# REG# CCBE3# BVD2 SPKR# CAUDIO BVD1 STSCHG# CSTSCHG CAD28 CAD30 CAD31...

  • Page 74: Hard Disk Drive Port

    Hard Disk Drive Port Under ordinary circumstances, it is not necessary to access the hard disk drive port. The pin locations are listed in Table and illustrated in Figure in the event of hard disk replacement. Figure 6-3 Hard Disk Drive Pin Locations 43 41 37 35 33 31...

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    Table 6-11. Hard Disk Drive Pin Assignments HDD side PCB side Signal Name Pin Number Pin Number DIOR# / HDMARDY# / HSTROBE IORDY / #DDMARDY / DSTROBE CSEL# DMACK# INTRQ IOCS16# PDIAG# CS0# CS1# DASP# +5V (LOGIC) +5 V (MOTOR) RESERVE Hard Disk Drive Port...

  • Page 76: Chapter 7 System Power

    Chapter 7 System Power This chapter covers the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet’s system power hardware, power management states, and state transitions. System Power Hardware The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet uses components designed for low power consumption in mobile applications. DC power, whether supplied by the battery pack or an external source, is regulated to different voltage levels required to power various components in the system.

  • Page 77: Dc Power Inputs

    DC Power Inputs External DC power can be connected at three locations on the pen tablet: • DC power connector on the pen tablet • System interface connector • DC input positions of the high-usage contacts A DC power source connected to any of these inputs must provide 3.36 amps at a continuous DC voltage of 16 volts ±10%.

  • Page 78: Bios Configuration Application Programming Interfaces

    • Ensure that the BIOSSET.DLL file is in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory on your system at run time. The DLL files are available on-line and can be downloaded from the Fujitsu PC web site at: www.fujitsupc.com Function prototypes for these APIs are written in the C programming language and are described in this guide using C syntax.

  • Page 79: Initializebios

    Note: Parameter names given in this manual in prototypes for some of these functions may differ from parameter names given in the prototypes that appear in the header files. This is done to provide consistent terminology throughout this manual. InitializeBIOS This function initializes the API.

  • Page 80: Error Codes

    On success, this function returns the label SETUP_SUCCESS. In the event of an error, this function returns one of the error codes listed in Table 8-1. Error Codes Error codes returned by functions in this API are given in Table 8-1.. These values are defined in the header file BIOSINC.H.

  • Page 81

    Table 8-2. Option and Setting Parameters and Return Values (Continued) Option Parameter Option Description Setting Parameter Setting Description INFRARED_MODE INFRA_DEV_FIR INFRA_DEV_IRDA IrDA (SIR mode) Infrared Device Mode INFRARED_SEC_ADDRS INFRA_ADD_100 I/O Address 100 INFRA_ADD_108 I/O Address 108 Secondary Infrared Address INFRA_ADD_110 I/O Address 110 INFRA_ADD_118 I/O Address 118...

  • Page 82

    Table 8-2. Option and Setting Parameters and Return Values (Continued) Option Parameter Option Description Setting Parameter Setting Description COMPENS DISP_ENB Enabled DISP_DIS Disabled Expand VGA Screen HOT_PAD HP_ENABLE Enabled HP_DISABLE Disabled Hotpad HD_SECTOR BS_NORM Normal BS_WP Write Protect Hard Disk Boot Sector THERMAL_CNTR THERMAL_CPU CPU thermal control...

  • Page 83: Programmable Hotpad Libraries For Windows Applications

    Note: The library files and the header file referenced in this chapter can be downloaded from the Fujitsu PC website: www.fujitsupc.com The following two libraries allow you to use the programmable hotpad with your applications: •...

  • Page 84: Sethotpadnotification

    SetHotpadNotification This function enables hotpad notification. Applications which are to receive notification of hotpad events must call this function once to enable hotpad notification. A prototype of this function is shown below: int SetHotpadNotification ( HWND WindowHandle, UINT MessageID ) Parameters this function accepts are described below: Parameter Description...

  • Page 85: Replacing The Ide Hard Disk Drive

    Appendix A Replacing the IDE Hard Disk Drive The internal IDE hard disk drive in the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet can be removed and replaced, if necessary. Caution Observe the following guidelines when handling the hard disk drive: • Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the hard disk drive.

  • Page 86: Figure A-2: Unplugging The Hard Disk Drive Connector

    3. Carefully disconnect the small connector by pulling upwards (reference Figure A-2:). Use care when disconnecting this connector; it is attached to a delicate flex cable. Caution • Do not pull the tab on the flex cable connector when lifting the drive.

  • Page 87: Figure A-3: Removing The Hard Disk Drive, Part 1

    4. Using your thumbs, push back on the two corners of the hard drive at the locations indicated in Figure A-3:. Using firm pressure, push the hard disk drive towards the edge of the system. The small foam inserts on the end of the hard disk tray offer sufficient “give” for the drive to be removed without damaging the flex cable.

  • Page 88: Installing The Hard Disk Drive

    Flex Cable Connector Foam Insert Flex Cable Connector Unused pins Figure A-5: Installing the IDE Hard Disk Drive Installing the Hard Disk Drive To install the hard disk drive, refer to Figures A-1 through A-5, and perform the following steps: 1.

  • Page 89: At Command Set

    Appendix B AT Command Set This Appendix contains a summary of AT commands used by the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet’s modem. There are several things to note about this set of commands: • Commands should be entered as ASCII characters.

  • Page 90: At Commands Table

    AT Commands Table AT Data Commands The shaded portion of the table are stored with the AT&W command. Command Specification Default Repeat last command. Answer command. Dial 123456789*0#ABCD 1234567890 Wait for dial tone. Modem waits for a second dial tone before processing the dial string.

  • Page 91

    Command Specification Default When originating or answering, this is for handshake only at the communication standard specified by S7 and the ATB command. When originating or answering, begin the handshake only at the communication standard specified by S7 and the ATB command. During handshake, fallback to a lower speed may occur.

  • Page 92

    Command Specification Default &P 39% make/break ratio. 10PPS 33% make/break ratio. 10PPS 33% make/break ratio. 20PPS &S DSR always ON. DSR comes on when establishing a connection and goes off when the connection ends. &T Abort. Stops any test in progress. Local analog loop.

  • Page 93

    Command Specification Default Normal speed-buffered mode. Direct mode (if parallel I/F is selected, same as /NO). MNP reliable mode (MNP -> disconnect) Auto-reliable mode (LAPM -> MNP -> NORMAL -> disconnect). Same as /N5. LAPM-reliable mode (LAPM -> disconnect) Auto-reliable mode (LAPM -> MNP -> NORMAL -> disconnect). Same as /N3.

  • Page 94

    Command Specification Default Attempt to connect at 53333bit/s Shows the current value. Shows the range [0-21] V.42bis/MNP5 disable. No data compression. V.42bis/MNP5 enable. Data compression enabled. Disable line quality monitor and auto-retrain. Enable line quality monitor and auto-retrain. Enable line quality monitor and fall back/fall forward. AT Commands Table...

  • Page 95: At Fax (class1) Commands

    AT Fax (Class1) Commands Command Specification Default +FCLASS Service class indication (*1) Service class selection (*2) Service class capabilities (*2) +FTS Transmission silence (n=0-255, 10ms intervals) +FRS Receive silence. (n=0-255, 10ms intervals) +FTM Transmit FAX data with <n> carrier. Transmit FAX modulation. (*3) +FRM Receive FAX with <n>...

  • Page 96: V.25ter At Commands

    V.25ter AT Commands Command Specification Description +GMI Return ‘Lucent Data/Fax’ Manufacturer Identification +GMR Return Lucent driver version number (e.g., 5.54) Version/Revision Information +GMM Return ‘H.324 video-ready rev. 1.0’ Modem Identification AT+A8E=<v80> The default value disables the CI origination Defined for two conditions: as a option while in V.8 negotiation.

  • Page 97: S Register Table

    S Register Table Default is North America. The shaded portions of the table are stored with AT&W command. Function Units Default Range Auto answer ring number Rings 000-255 *JP000-015 Ring counter. Read only. Rings 000-255 Escape character ASCII 000-128 Carriage return character (CR) ASCII 000-127 Line feed character (LF)

  • Page 98

    Results bit mapped options status (Read only) Displays “CONNECT” ATX0 Bits 6-4 Displays “CONNECT xxx” ATX1 ATX1 mode + dial tone detection ATX2 ATX1 mode + busy tone detection ATX3 ATX1 mode + dial & busy tone detection ATX4 33% Make/Break ratio AT&P1, Bit 7 &P2...

  • Page 99

    56K Dial Line Rate 56K disabled 56K enabled - automatic speed selection - maximum modem speed. 32000 bits/s 34000 bits/s 36000 bits/s 38000 bits/s 40000 bits/s 42000 bits/s 44000 bits/s 46000 bits/s 48000 bits/s 50000 bits/s 52000 bits/s 54000 bits/s 56000 bits/s Line Transmit Level.

  • Page 100: Result Codes Summary

    Result Codes Summary Result Code Numeric Description Command executed. CONNECT Modem connected to line. RING A ring signal has been detected. NO CARRIER Modem lost carrier signal, or does not detect carrier signal, or does not detect answer tone. ERROR Invalid command.

  • Page 101

    Result Code Numeric Description CONNECT 38000 EC* Connection at 38000 bits/s. (K56flex mode) CONNECT 40000 EC* Connection at 40000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode) CONNECT 42000 EC* Connection at 42000 bits/s. (K56flex mode) CONNECT 44000 EC* Connection at 44000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode) CONNECT 46000 EC* Connection at 46000 bits/s.

  • Page 102: Appendix C Agency Notices

    The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is supplied with an internal modem which complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the pen tablet is a label that contains the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of this system, along with other information.

  • Page 103: Doc (industry Canada) Compliance Notices

    failure to ring in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all, areas, the sum of all of the devices should not exceed five (5). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the RENs, contact your local telephone company.

  • Page 104

    Repairs to telecommunication equipment should be made by a Canadian authorized maintenance facility. Any repairs or alterations not expressly approved by Fujitsu PC Corporation or any equipment failures may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment from the telephone line.

  • Page 105

    Avertissement Pour assurer la sécurité, les utilisateurs doivent vérifier que la prise de terre du service d’électricité, les lignes téléphoniques et les conduites d’eau métalliques sont connectées ensemble. Les utilisateurs NE doivent PAS tenter d’établir ces connexions eux-mêmes, mais doivent contacter les services d’inspection d’installations électriques appropriés ou un électricien.

  • Page 106

    Index Security menu options, 18, 20 serial port A, enabling, 11 AC adapter, specifications, 42 serial port B, device, selecting, 11 ACPI, support for, 1 setup prompt, enabling, 24 agency approval, specifications, 43 starting, 5 agency compliance, 43 supervisor password, enabling, 18 agency notices, 92 suspend mode timeout, selecting, 22 Air Bubbles in Display, 40...

  • Page 107

    ECP mode, parallel port, selecting, 12 level 1 cache, viewing size of in BIOS Setup, 25 emulate mouse, pen subsystem, 4 level 2 cache, enabling in BIOS Setup, 8 environmental, specifications, 43 level 2 cache, viewing size of in BIOS Setup, 25 exiting BIOS Setup, exit menu options, 25 external video, 39 memory...

  • Page 108

    create option, 28 environmental, 43 create option syntax, 30 hard disk drive port, 64 delete option, 31 high-usage contacts, 41 errors, 32–34 humidity, 43 file option, 29 I/O controller, 38 hard disk preparation utility, 27 infrared keyboard port, 41 help screen, 32 interfaces, 46 info option, 31 IrDA port, 41, 59...

  • Page 109

    weight, pen tablet, 43 Windows 2000 ACPI and BIOS settings, 21 version preinstalled, 2 Windows 98 ACPI and BIOS settings, 21 support, 2 Windows NT PC Card support, 2 version preinstalled, (Workstation 4.0), 2 XVGA video mode, 39 Index-4...

  • Page 110

    3/01 FPC58-0473-01...

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